Texas stands as the most prominent “Sun Belt” survivor of the last half of the decade because of its diversified economy, smaller run-ups in housing prices, and fewer foreclosures,” said William Frey, a demographer for the Brookings Institute.
Dallas-Fort-Worth area is a fifth most important, responsive and effective media market in the USA after New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia.
Texas dominates Forbes’s list of the Fastest-Growing Cities, with Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, Austin, all in the top 10.
According to Forbes, Dallas alone has: projected economic growth rate, 2011-2016: 5%; population growth: 2.2%; current population: 6.23 million; median income: $55,526. Forbes stated, Dallas is 8th in the list of The Best Places For Business And Careers.
Dallas-Fort-Worth-Arlington, TX Metroplex is 5th in the list of US Cities With the Highest Income When adjusted for Cost of Living.
Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas Metropolitan Division is No. 4 on th list of The Best Big Cities For Jobs.
McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, Texas (Dallas suburbans) is No. 3 on a list of The Best Mid-Size Cities For Jobs.
Four Texas cities are on the list of America’s Best Cities for Young Professionals – (they buy most of gadgets, and services).
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